A Season at Brighton

A Season at Brighton Wild headstrong Catherine Denham wanted nothing than an exciting holiday season at Brighton and nothing less than a family arranged meeting with some stuffy Viscount who was looking for a wife So it

  • Title: A Season at Brighton
  • Author: Alice Chetwynd Ley
  • ISBN: 9780345249401
  • Page: 421
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Wild, headstrong Catherine Denham wanted nothing than an exciting holiday season at Brighton and nothing less than a family arranged meeting with some stuffy Viscount who was looking for a wife So it was that she decided to run away.But in staid Regency England, nice young ladies didn t do things like that And suddenly Catherine found herself in the clutches of aWild, headstrong Catherine Denham wanted nothing than an exciting holiday season at Brighton and nothing less than a family arranged meeting with some stuffy Viscount who was looking for a wife So it was that she decided to run away.But in staid Regency England, nice young ladies didn t do things like that And suddenly Catherine found herself in the clutches of a stranger who was hardly a gentleman, only to be rescued by a gentleman who was hardly a stranger, and caught up in a dangerous intrigue of love and honor that threatened to destroy all her hopes of romance forever.

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    About " Alice Chetwynd Ley "

  • Alice Chetwynd Ley

    Born Alice Mary Chetwynd Humphrey on 12 October 1913 in Halifax, Yorkshire, England, UK, she studied at King Edward VI Grammar School in Birmingham On 3 February 1945, she married Kenneth James Ley They had two sons Richard James Humphrey Ley and Graham Kenneth Hugh Ley.She was a teacher at Harrow College of Higher Education In 1962, she obtained a diploma in Sociology at London University, and was awarded the Gilchrist Award of 1962 She was a lecturer in Sociology and Social History, from 1968 to 1971.Under her married name, Alice Chetwynd Ley, she published romance novels from 1959 to 1986 She was also tutor in Creative Writing, from 1962 to 1984 She was elected the sixth Chairman 1971 1973 of the Romantic Novelists Association and was named an honoured Life Member.Alice Chetwynd passed away in 2004.

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  • Upon my word! The prodigious leading lady was a bit too much for me. She was at times quite rude and then flirty, almost bi-polar with her temperament (to me). The other characters were fine, especially Lord Pamyngton. This is a nice, clean Regency romance, but I had to deduct stars because I found Catherine to be so annoying.**Thank you to the publisher and Net Galley in exchange of an honest review.**


  • This is a very enjoyable old fashioned clean novel. I only recently discovered this author. On the blog Word Wenches they were talking about old romances they used to love and Nicola Cornick posted The Beau and The Bluestocking by this author. I immediately purchased it as I love Nicola's books also. Now I'm on a bit of a run of these as I'm currently just looking to read easy uncomplicated books. As I said easy quick and sweet. Having said that, I did want to slap Catherine, the main character [...]



  • ARC kindly provided by Netgalley for an honest review.A simple, traditional romance for lovers of historical type romances without steam.


  • Get ready for a simple romance in this reprint of Alice Chetwynd Ley's A Season of Brighton. Though the third in a series, this book can be read alone as many romances can. Following the tale of three sisters with a mother intent on marrying them off to one of the most eligible bachelors around, it's a mark of what a romance novel can be without the extra heated encounters. Catherine Denham is one of six daughters to a wealthy family, with a strong will and a bad habit of getting herself in [...]


  • When Viscount Pamyngton returns home, he is a bit astonished to learn that his mother, the Countess of Nevern, is setting him up to get married. She and her friend Lady Denham think that he'd do well to marry one of the many daughters of Lady Denham. I mean, five girls still unattached call for desperate measures, don't they? And the same counts for an unmarried son of 30 who shows no intention of changing his marital status, obviously, at least according to his mother. That's why the poor daugh [...]


  • This is an enjoyable and quick (took me less than two hours) read. A delightful Regency story, the only thing that let it down for me was the heroine. I found Catherine a little too rude and ridiculous at times, so I struggled to identify with her. Pamyngton, on the other hand, is a wonderful heroic lead, and I could certainly imagine myself falling in love with him. If you like clean, simple historical romances, then this is the book for you.I received this book as a free eBook ARC via NetGalle [...]


  • The daughters of Lady Denham are off to Brighton in this Regency romance. Lady Denham closest friend, the Countess of Nevern, hopes that one of the three daughters - Louisa, Catherine, or Eleanor - will agree to marry her son, Viscount Pamyngton. But what scrapes can these three get into, and who can save them. A well written, and clean, enjoyable read, with some lovely characters like Pamyngton, who is obviously the heroic lead.A NetGalley Book.



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